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Links To All The Classic Monster Stills I've Posted: http://monsterkidclassichorrorforum.yuku.com/topic/30758
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Dear Auto correct,Would you please stop correcting my swear words you piece of shut?
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AnthonyOsika wrote:Back to the pet peeves:
People who use the letter "z" to pluralize.
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Grant wrote:Speaking of "the only tool on the kit," even though I've brought them up here before, one of my big ones is still "cool." I like it, I really do, but why should ANY word or phrase become the be-all and end-all of happy sounding expressions?
And the other of course is "sh-t." I've never, ever liked "scatological" expressions, but even if I DID, that one is such a miserable all-purpose one. I don't know which bugs me more, when it's used as an all-purpose NEGATIVE word, or a POSITIVE one, or just a CASUAL one.
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Lady Tottington wrote:In many restaurants, owners forget that music is supposed to be a relaxing background for the meal. "Highway to Hell", played at maximum volume, is not nice with your morning coffee and paper.
I tried to
sit down and enjoy a greasy burger & fries at the local Five Guys the other
night and the air was full of driving, cranked up 70s and 80s generic radio
rock, really wretched stuff like “Life in the Fast Lane” and other junk more
suited to a NASCAR convention. And Lady T, I wish the owner had “forgotten”
that music should be a pleasant accompaniment to the meal. But I’m afraid it’s
entirely intentional, and that the purpose of this “music” is to get the
customer to fall into the rhythm, shove the product down his gullet and clear
the table as soon as possible to make room for the next victim.
Well, they succeeded
with me, and permanently.
this is not an isolated incident, but occurs at popular, inexpensive
restaurants (just the kind I can afford) with great frequency.
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